Bungie Aerospace Sets up Shop in Delaware

A new studio from the fellas who brought us Master Chief incorporates. The first state proclaims: "The demon is here!"

Recent filings from the states of Washington (current headquarters of Bungie) and Delaware have revealed the incorporation of a new studio called Bungie Aerospace. The company officially came into existence on April 20 and is located in Wilmington, which is Delaware’s largest city. Wait a minute, that’s less than an hour drive from the MTB’s New Jersey office. Hey Bungie, how about an invite to come on down and see what you’re working on? No? Well, can’t blame us for trying.

The Washington records have Bungie president Harold Ryan (misspelled as ‘Harlod’ in the filing) and head of strategy and corporate development Ondraus Jenkins penciled in as “governing persons“. Jenkins will apparently serve as president, with Ryan acting as director for the fledgling studio. Someone named Allan Parsons is also featured as “secretary, director” but it’s unclear whether that is a real person or a joke referencing the British prog-rock group. Joystiq suggests the possibility that this could be a pseudonym for Bungie Executive Producer Pete Parsons. There’s no way of knowing precisely who this individual is at this point, but you’re probably more curious as to what Aerospace is working on anyways.

Unfortunately, we can’t answer that question with any certainty either. Remember though, that Bungie is looking for beta testers for an unannounced game and was also rumored to be working on an MMO. The only thing that we know for sure, is that a multi-platform project is underway for publisher Activision. Let’s just assume that it’s Call of Warcraft Hero 7 in Space. Until an official announcement is made, we invite you to enjoy the studio’s official “coming soon” web site.

[Sources: Joystiq, Halo Bungie, Washington State License Directory and Delaware Division of Corporations]

[Image courtesy of Bungie Aerospace Blog.]

Nick Santangelo
Nick Santangelo
Nick Santangelo

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Nick has been a gamer since the 8-bit days and a member of the MTB editorial team since January of 2011. He is not to be interrupted while questing his way through an RPG or desperately clinging to hope against all reason that his Philly sports teams will win any given game he may be watching. Seriously folks, reading this acknowledges that you relieve MTB of any and all legal liability for his actions.

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